Agams Holdings says the Holding company or any of its subsidiaries have not been blacklisted anywhere in the world including Ghana.
This follows an erroneous publication on www.citifmonline.com and www.ghanaweb.com attributed to a leading member of Occupy Ghana, Sidney Casely-Hayford to the effect that Rlg has been banned by the Youth Employment Agency (YEA).
“We therefore caution against any attempt by any person or group of people to malign our name, brand and reputation”, according to senior officials of the company.
The Communications Department of the Agams Holdings in a statement issued in Accra today stated that; “Rlg Communications Ltd has settled its indebtedness to the Youth Employment Agency, formerly Ghana Youth Employment & Entrepreneurial Agency (GYEEDA) and therefore does NOT owe government or for that matter, the YEA”.
It added that an amount of GHC 2,050,590.42 paid on 31st December, 2014 finalized the installment payments of the total amounts owed the state, including accumulated interests.
According to the statement, a 6th July, 2015 letter signed by Ghana’s Attorney-General’s Department “confirms that this amount is in full and the final payment of Rlg Communications indebtedness to GYEEDA”.
It mentioned: “Two subsidiaries of Agams Holdings; Craftpro Ltd and Asongtaba Cottage Ltd have also complied with the government’s directive on the refund of monies to the YEA as contained in Attorney-General & Minister for Justice’s briefing to Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee on Tuesday, 15 March, 2016”.